Official album cover artwork 

 Iconic rock group Journey released their brand-new studio album titled Freedom via BMG last July 8.

Stream and share Freedom HERE

On the heels of their stellar Fourth of July performance on CNN’s The Fourth in America, emerging from the pandemic with a supercharged new studio line-up, the release of JOURNEY’s epic, 15-track set of new original songs brings back the grand scale of the group’s greatest moments, along with updated and bold new directions and sounds.

As the band’s legend continues to grow larger and their touring gets bigger, Freedom is the band’s first album of new material to be released in eleven years, since 2011’s Eclipse, and in addition to legendary founder, guitarist, writer and producer Neal Schon – along with longtime keyboard player and primary lyricist Jonathan Cain and vocalist Arnel Pineda, one more member was recruited for the upcoming album — bassist extraordinaire Randy Jackson, who had played on Journey’s 1986 album Raised on Radio.

Freedom tracklisting

Together We Run

Don’t Give Up On Us

Still Believe In Love

You Got The Best Of Me

Live To Love Again

The Way We Used To Be

Come Away With Me

After Glow

Let It Rain

Holdin On

All Day And All Night

Don’t Go

United We Stand

Life Rolls On

Beautiful As You Are

JOURNEY Tour Dates

July 15 – Resorts World Theatre – Las Vegas, NV*

July 16 – Resorts World Theatre – Las Vegas, NV*

July 20 – Paso Robles, CA – California Mid-State Fair

July 22 – Resorts World Theatre – Las Vegas, NV*

July 23 – Resorts World Theatre – Las Vegas, NV*

July 27 – Albuquerque, NM – Tingly Coliseum

July 29 – Las Cruces, NM – NMSU Pan American Center

July 30 – Lubbock, TX – United Supermarkets Arena

August 5 – Mount Pleasant, MI – Soaring Eagle Casino

August 6 – Canton, OH – Tom Benson Hall of Fame

August 8 – Canandaigua, NY – CMAC Performing Arts Center

Sept 17 – Sparks, NV – Celebrity Showroom at the Nugget Casino Resort


March 1 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

March 9 – Quebec City, Canada – Centre Vidéotron

March 12 – Toronto, Canada – Scotiabank Arena

*with symphony orchestra

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